Shigaraki ware, one of the six ancient kilns of Japan (Shiga Prefecture)
Hisago by Sora Tani, who bases his pottery on old Shigaraki, which can be said to be the root of Japanese aesthetics that began around the 12th century.
The mottled pattern of the dark green algae-like glaze and the rough feel of the soil between the glazes give the impression that it will somehow become familiar with your body.
Hisagoto means gourd and was used as a container for water and sake. You can use it to drink Japanese sake, and the adorable roundness makes it a good decoration.